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When Emily Parris exposes a secret society of teenage girls who have slipped out of the world of social media and into another world they've discovered in the woods at night. When she accuses the girls of committing sexually deviant activities, Emily sends the small American town into a atmosphere of hysteria and the national media spotlight. The mystery deepens when each of the accused girls upholds a vow of silence. Written by
I loved The Sisterhood of Night. It's so more than a teen girl movie. It's scary, it's sad. The characters are rich. The plot is surprising. Just when you think you have the movie figured out, screen writer Marilyn Fu takes a left turn.
Director Caryn Waechter make this independent movie look like a big budget thriller. The night time scenes in the woods are beyond beautiful.
The young actresses are terrific. My daughter has loved Georgie Henley since The Chronicles of Narnia.
It's a great movie to watch with your teenager. You'll both fall in love with these girls. And you'll both cry. It's the kind of movie you'll want to watch more than once.
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